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An American in Ireland

The winter wind on Achill Island began to carry a soft Irish rain, so we ducked inside the nearest church. The weathered stone building was cool, but dry, and that special kind of quiet I’ve only ever found in empty churches. The tall arched windows let in a gentle gray...
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Junior Edwina King selected for Gilman Scholarship to study abroad

Notre Dame student Edwina King, a junior accountancy major with a supplementary major in Spanish, has been selected for the prestigious Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship on the early summer application cycle. Sponsored by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, the Gilman Scholarship provides financial support for...

Introducing the New Professors Teaching at the RGG in Spring 2018

Prof. Daria Borghese, teaching the All Roads Lead to Rome course Prof. Daria Borghese, an Art Historian teaching the All Roads Lead to Rome Course Daria Borghese has taught in Italy (The American University in Rome, The Richmond Rome Center, Assumption College and University of North Carolina) and in the U.S.A. (Boston College)...

Rome Summer Program 2018 is Doubling

NDI Rome Summer 2017 group For the third year in a row, this summer the Rome Global Gateway will host the Rome Summer Program, an exciting opportunity for undergraduate students in all fields of study to live and learn in one of the oldest and most international cities in the world.…
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Gilman Scholars to study in Rome, London

University of Notre Dame students Frank Chung and Katherine Smith have been selected for the Benjamin A. Gilman Scholarship to study or intern abroad during the spring 2018 academic term.

Update on events in Jerusalem

We are currently monitoring events in Jerusalem and the surrounding region, following the announcement by President Donald Trump to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital during a White House speech on December 6. U.S. officials have indicated their plan to reinforce security at multiple American embassies across the Middle East and...

Faith Comes First for Fighting Irish Fencers

On paper, they appear to be almost complete opposites: a Jewish New Yorker from Rye, New York, and a Muslim Egyptian from Lexington, Kentucky. On the strip, under the bright lights of national championships and Olympic trials, they compete in different events.